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An Aeromedical Safety Officer (AmSO) is an Aerospace and Operational Physiologist (by education/training/experience) who is also a qualified Aviation Safety Officer (ASO). Human factors is a general term encompassing many areas, aerospace physiology being one.  First and foremost, an AmSO is about PREVENTION.  The purpose of the AmSO is to counter all physiological threats facing today’s public safety and emergency flight crews. AmSOs counter physiological threats by providing the various aeromedical safety programs which offer specialized consultation, technical liaison, evaluation, and recommendations in all aeromedical aspects of aviation safety.  This includes providing expertise in physiology and survival training, Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) and other health-related issues.  AmSOs serve multifaceted roles within safety, operations, and training programs.

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